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hi, I would like to add a profile pic to my solid community pod. Any suggestion as to the best way to copy media content to my pod? WebID
Mark Hughes (happybeing/theWebalyst)
@msatkinson you can edit your profile, including adding a profile picture, with most WebID profile editors (and I think the built in one does this to if you navigate to your profile, but I'm not 100% sure - fading memory cells!) More generally you can upload files using Solid-file manager. Search the https://forum.solidproject.org/ for these, or ask back here if you can't find what you need. Good luck :-).
@dogish-head fetcher.load(somepath/*) will load all RDF files in the path into the store; store.match() with no arguments should give you all the triples in the store; you'd still have to walk the tree to get all the containers
@jeff-zucker Thank you! Successfully, checked the data structure with store.match() and found that my webID has 40 triples.
@dogfish-head remember that :x a :Foo; name "Bar". is two triples and the prefixes are triples ... so 40 doesn't sound all that many.
@jeff-zucker Oh, I see. What I meant was I got an array containing 40 elements. Each element seems like having subject, predicate and object so I thought they were all triples.
Yes, the y are all triples, but triples are more verbose than their turtle representaion where semi-colons and commas let you express multiple triples with a single subject.
@jeff-zucker Thanks for clarification. Now I understand the difference. BTW, I have another question for you. I did fetching my POD through my browser but would like to do through CLI. So I've tried your solid-shell and got an error like this. "error getting credentials : SyntaxError: Unexpected token i in JSON at position 6". Is this because of the syntax of ".solid-auth-cli-config.json"?
yes, sounds like a JSON problem in the config file. Why don't you paste your config (with password omitted))
note to self : now that solid-auth-cli supports file:// URLs, change the config file from JSON to turtle
I think I copied it from readme on github and just added my info.
looks fine to me. try erasing the config file and trying solid-shell without it, you should be prompted for the info, I have to run now but I'll check back later to see if that worked
Emilio Cortina Labra
Hi. I have a question about the chat-pane module (https://github.com/solid/chat-pane). I was trying to test it but when executing it I run into a problem from the peoplePicker.js. Anyone knows how can I test and deploy this module or integrate it into another application? Thanks.
Here is a photo of the error
@jeff-zucker Thanks. When erasing the file, I got "error getting credentials : Error: ENOENT: no such file or directory, open /xxxx/.solid-auth-cli-config.json".
Oh duh it hit me while I was driving you need quote marks around the values EG IDP and username
Keys and values
@jeff-zucker Thanks. I did it. Key also needs quote marks, which is the basics of JSON and I forgot it
Ana Junquera Méndez
Hi! I would like to know if there exists any library or any way to give permissions to a Solid friend so that he or she can write in a file from my pod.
@AJunque9 You'll need to add their WebID to a policy located in /.acl having acl:Write control.
Ana Junquera Méndez
@csarven thank you!!
@jeff-zucker I recall a thread about reading all files in a directory into a store. Is this even possible? Do you have an example?
for i in *; do foosoftware --import "$i" --graph http://example.org/"$i"; done
you don't even need a loop, just a file glob, /folder/*
Is this from the command line?
from anywhere using rdflib's fetcher.load()
if you're on the command line and it's a folder or files requiring auth, you'll need to do
I just added to the problem (joined) but would certainly support any efforts at increasing inclusivity
Anyone knows whether it is possible to give a permission to upload a file on a person A's POD from person B? I was thinking that the default public folder within a POD means that anyone can read from and write to it but I was not able to find ways to change a permission.
Note : B does not have a credential of A.
yes, person B can upload a file to person A’s POD given that person B has been granted some write access to a container
It becomes a bit more trickier if you want to do it with a web application (because of strict origin handling), but you can do it via the data browser for example